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Summer Selection

Synopsis

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This week's guest presenter is author Vikram Seth , who chooses English and French early music, piano music by Debussy, Joplin and Bach, a Bollywood version of Mozart and a selection of Schubert songs. And he manages to find a link between Friday's Prom and Indian Independence Day. Music includes:
9.05 Purcell Chacony in G minor English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
9.30 Saint-Saens Fantaisie , Op 124 Philippe Honore (violin), Alison Nichols (harp)
10.05 Mozart Horn Concerto No 1 in D, K412 Jonathan Williams ,
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Alexander Schneider
10.15 Brahms IhrHabtNun Traurigkeit (Ein Deutsches Requiem) Cheryl Studer (soprano), Swedish Radio Choir,
Eric Ericson Chamber Choir,
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
10.55 Beethoven StringQuintet in C minor, Op 104 Maya Iwabuchi and Philippe Honore (violins), Rachel Roberts and Clive Howard (violas), Sally Pendlebury (cello)
11.25 RagaMarwa
Ram Narayan (sarangi),
Subhash Chandra (tabla)
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Contributors

Unknown: Vikram Seth
Director: Trevor Pinnock
Director: Saint-Saens Fantaisie
Violin: Philippe Honore
Harp: Alison Nichols
Unknown: Jonathan Williams
Conductor: Alexander Schneider
Conductor: Brahms Ihrhabtnun Traurigkeit
Soprano: Cheryl Studer
Conductor: Claudio Abbado
Conductor: Beethoven Stringquintet
Unknown: Maya Iwabuchi
Violins: Philippe Honore
Violins: Rachel Roberts
Violins: Clive Howard
Violas: Sally Pendlebury
Unknown: Subhash Chandra

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